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DevOps: The Numbers

See the latest facts and figures on how DevOps teams work, and check out how your teams measure up.

More and more organizations are adopting DevOps, with very good reason. A movement that, at its core, unites development and operation teams to streamline the software development lifecycle, the benefits of adopting a DevOps culture are numerous. It removes barriers to communication, prevents silos from forming, and significantly improves development and release processes.

DevOps teams:

  • Release more often
  • Tackle potential issues before users are affected
  • Recover faster when issues and failures do happen
  • Are even more than twice as likely to recommend their organisation as a great place to work?

You don’t have to take our word for it. We’ve put together the latest facts and figures on how DevOps teams work – how do your teams measure up?

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Sources:

Puppet State of DevOps Report

DevOps 101

Atlassian and xMatters DevOps Maturity Model Report

Sonatype 2017 DevSecOps Community Survey

Chelsey writes about agile methodologies, software development, and collaboration and culture in the tech industry for Clearvision. Thankfully she writes better blog posts than she does bios.